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message 1: by Kayla, The Numerous Uno (last edited Nov 13, 2011 07:20PM) (new)

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The Ancient Language is complicated and can take years to master. You can always discover new things. When you know the word, you control the thing the word represents. It is impossible to lie in the Ancient Language, and oaths taken cannot be broken. Therefore, here is a list of the known words in the Ancient Language.

abr - of
ach - do, does
adurna - water
agaetí - celebration
aí - a
Aiedail - The Morning Star
älfa - elf
älfr - he
älfrinn - she
andlát - death
arget - silver
Argetlam - Silver Hand
äenora - broad
atra - may, let
beorn - bear
bjart - bright
Bjartskular - Brightscales (an honorific for a dragon)
blaka - flap/flapper
blödh - blood
Blödhgarm - Blood-wolf
blödhren - blood-oath
böetq - broad
brakka - reduce
breoal - family, house
brisingr - fire
brunhvitr - white-browed
burthr - birth
burthro - born (past tense of birth)
celöbra - honor
celöbreya - honors
Dagshelgr - Hallowed Day
dag - day
datia - mists
dauth - death
dauthleikr - mortal
deloi - earth
delois - a green-leafed plant with purple flowers
deyja - die
domia - dominance
dras - city
draumr - dream
Drottning - Queen
Drottningu - Princess (rough translation)
du - the
dvergar - Dwarves
ebrithil - master
einradhin - v. resolved
Edoc'sil - unconquerable
edur - a tor, prominence
eitha - go, leave
ekar - oaken
eka - I, me
Elda - gender-neutral honorific of great praise
eldrvarya - burning
eld hórnya - listeners
eld jeirda - breaker
eld moi - changer
eom - to
ero - was
er - is
esterni - good fortune
ethgri - invoke
evarínya - stars
eyddr - v. empty
eyreya - ears
fairth - picture (more specifically, a picture taken by magical means)
frá - from
fram - forward
fricai - friend plural. fricaya
fells - mountains
fethr - feather
fethrblaka - bird (literally feather-flapper)
Finiarel - an honorific phrase for a young man of great promise
freohr - death
fyrn - war
finna - find
gala - chant, sing, scream, yell, etc.
gánga - go
garjzla - light
garm - wolf
gata - path, passage
gath - v. unite
Gedwëy - shining
geuloth - v. dull
grind - gate
gülia - luck
haldthin - thornapple
haina - harm
heill - heal
helgr - hallowed, sacred
Helgrind - The Gates of Death
hjarta - heart
hlaupa - run
hljödhr - silent
hugin - thought or knowledge
huildr - hold
hvass - sharp
hvitr - white
iet - my (informal)
ignasia - palm
illian - happiness
ilumëo - truth
istalri - flame
jierda - break, hit
kalfya - calves
knifr - knife
kvetha - greetings
kveykva - lightning
kvaedhi - script
kvistr - branch
kodthr - catch
kόpa - stare
kona - woman
könungr - king
kyn - kind (as in race, mankind, elfkind, etc.)
lam - hand
laufsbläd - leaf
laufsblädar - leaves
lethr - leather
Lethrblaka - a full-grown Ra'zac (literally leather-flapper)
letta - stop (imperative)
Letta du Bullts! - Stop the bullets!
liduen - poetic
Liduen-Kvaedhi - Poetic Script used by elves to write the Ancient Language
líf - life
lífa - live
losna - release, loosen
ma'mor - unlock
maela - quiet
malthinae - to bind or hold in place; confine
manin - memory
moi - change
mor'amr - open
mor'ranr - peace
nagz - blanket
nalgask - a mixture of beeswax and hazelnut oil used to moisten the skin
Nángoröth - Blasted
neo - not
nosu - us
nuanen - beautiful
ono - you
orono - or
onr - your
oro - arrow, plural. orya
orúm - serpent
pömnuria - my (formal)
rakr - mist
ramr - strong
raudhr - red
rauthr - misfortune
reisa - raise/lift
ren - oath
reona - reaper
rïsa - rise (imperative)
seithr - witch
se - may
sem - that
Shur'tugal - Dragon Rider
Shur'tugalar - Dragon Riders
Silbena - Sighing
sitja - stay
sja - look, looking
skölir - shield (plural skoliar)
sköliro - shielded
skul - scale
skulblaka - Dragons, scale flapper (literally)
solus - sun
sundablaka - The Beast, shadow flapper
slytha - sleep
stenr - stone
stydja - rest, stay, remain
sundavar - shadows
sverd - sword (plural. sverdar)
Svit-kona - a formal honorific phrase for an elf woman of great wisdom
taka - give
tauthr - follow
taune - take
thelduin - v. rule over, v.reign
thorna - those
thornessa - this
thringa - rain
thrysta - thrust, compress
Togira - cripple
treavam - tree
un - and
unin - in
undir - under
vandr-fodhr - ill-marked
vanta - lack, need
vanyali - magic (elf in dwarvish.)
varda - watch over, guard
Varden - The Warders
vardo - warded
vel - easily
ven - sight
vindr - air, wind, twist, compress
vinr - friend
Vinr-Alfakyn - Elf-Friend
vodhr - a male honorific of middling praise
vöndr - a thick, straight stick
vollar - plains, fields, ground
Vor - a male honorific for a close friend
vrangr - wandering
welden - forest
wilae - will
wiol - for
waíse - be
weohnata - will
wyrda - fate
Wyrdfell - elven name for the Forsworn
yawë - a bond of trust
Zar'roc - misery


message 2: by Cat (new)

Cat (coffeecat19) cool, I already can speak this,
Eka fricai un Shur'tugal!


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